Biden’s approval rating hits 36 percent, affecting battleground states

U.S. 03/22/22, 13:15

A survey found jurisdictions where either side of the aisle could win the next election lost favor with the president on March 20. A Civiqs poll revealed Joe Biden's approval rating was so low it is likely to affect battleground states at the 2022 elections. The sample study of 179,724 respondents ranked ...

Voters ‘deeply pessimistic’ about Biden’s leadership, economy says poll

U.S. 02/28/22, 00:06

Voters are increasingly unhappy with Joe Biden's performance in the Oval Office, a new poll found. The latest Washington Post–ABC News poll found the president's approval rating was only 37% compared to 55% who disapprove of the incumbent—setting a new record low. The sample survey of 1,011 respondents found more Americans prefer ...

Texas turning blue is inevitable says Rep. Ocasio-Cortez

Texas 02/14/22, 04:32

A democratic socialist from New York predicted Texas would eventually become a blue state. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez believes the Democratic Party will someday rule the Lone Star State. "Texas turning blue is inevitable [and] the only question is when," she said, according to the San Antonio Express-News. Ocasio-Cortez believes the primary election outcome ...

GOP popularity grows among Texas Hispanic women

Texas 02/07/22, 23:58

Republican election candidates are increasingly gaining favor among Hispanic voters across Texas. Donald Trump's former presidency is still popular among Texans whose ancestors came from Central America, South America, and other predominantly Spanish-speaking regions. Politico revealed Hispanic women are increasingly common in the GOP's supporter base. However, this was not so much ...

Speaker Pelosi seeks re-election ahead of 2022 midterms

2022 Campaign 01/26/22, 01:58

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) announced that she would run for re-election to Congress in this year's midterms, though she has previously vowed to step down as the House Democrat leader after the 2022 election. In a tweet on Tuesday, Jan. 25, Pelosi, who will turn 82 in March, explained that ...

Poll: America went ‘downhill’ and continues to be ‘divided’

U.S. 01/23/22, 23:15

A recent study revealed many voters are unhappy with divisions and the overall state of the nation. The latest NBC News poll found 72% of respondents believe America is headed in the wrong direction, representing a 1% increase since the last survey in October 2021. This is the sixth time at least 70% ...

Former Democratic NYC mayor de Blasio rules out race for governor

New York 01/19/22, 15:39

New York City's previous mayor will not run for office at the gubernatorial election on Nov. 8. Bill de Blasio has ruled out any immediate tilt for New York state governor. The Democrat will devote his time to combating inequality instead. "No, I am not going to be running for governor of ...

GOP Nevada veteran amasses $1 million for first-time Senate tilt

U.S. 01/19/22, 00:49

An accomplished military leader quickly fundraised a large sum of cash for his inaugural run for public office. Sam Brown successfully collected more than $1 million in donations for his first tilt for a U.S. Senate seat in Nevada during the past quarter. This is the second quarter the retired Army captain ...

Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson announced he is running for reelection

2022 Campaign 01/11/22, 04:31

Republican U.S. Senator Ron Johnson announced Sunday, Jan. 9, that he would run for re-election, thus seeking a third term in office. While he had initially said he was not seeking a third term, Johnson openly declared in an interview to Fox News that the Democrats govern in a "very divisive and destructive ...

Trump Jr. spreads optimism: ‘We will win again in 2022 and 2024’

U.S. 06/23/21, 15:50

The son of former President Donald Trump, Eric Trump, was very optimistic about the future of American politics stating that the Republicans, hand in hand with the Trump family, will achieve important victories in 2022 and 2024. But he also warned about the terrible situation in the United States since ...

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